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Alexander Woywodt wrote a review Sep 2020
Lancaster, United Kingdom253 contributions127 helpful votes
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We visited in September 2020. I found this place on the internet when looking for quirky museums around Palermo. I emailed the owner who agreed to meet us. We took a train from Palermo to Bagheria then walked - perhaps 25 min but easy to find. It was a great experience - we loved it! I love anchovis for cooking so found this really interesting. We learned a lot about the history - Loved the old photos. Very happy to recommend - a must for any foodie visiting Palermo!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Katy wrote a review Oct 2019
Camelford, United Kingdom24 contributions10 helpful votes
Had such a great time at the Anchovy Museum - felt very welcome and given a brilliant tour. It is well worth the stop-off here, one of the best things we did in Sicily. Thank you, 10/10!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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VeraVita123 wrote a review Oct 2019
Voronezh, Russia2 contributions2 helpful votes
I came to this wonderful Place and met amazing owners - Michelangelo Balistreri and his beautiful wife. When Michelangelo started singing i cried as i this song was dedicated to his mother. I learnt the information about Sicilian sea culture and was so excited! Thanks to You, Dear Michelangelo Balistreri, all Your team and firends!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Dunja R wrote a review Sep 2019
San Cristobal de las Casas, Mexico12 contributions
What to say when you see fell and enjoy. Amazing , the only word to say. When you visit Sicily you have to see this beautiful museum whit it’s amazing narator Mr. Michelangelo Balistreri. Everything is already said about this museum , so , when you Are in Sicily “a must do “ is the only word to say.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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CML wrote a review Sep 2019
5 contributions2 helpful votes
This is a fascinating collection of objects associated with anchovy fishing in this area of Sicily. We were treated to a guided tour by the charismatic and welcoming owner, Michaelangelo Balastri, with the aid of a translating app on his phone. He sang to us, played his guitar, encouraged us to handle the objects and helped us to create tableaus for photos. Other parts of the museum had objects made by local artists from the wood of broken fishing boats and a whole room dedicated to the films of Giuseppe Tornatore, especially Cinema Paradiso. We were enchanted by our visit and left feeling that we had experienced something very unique in the world of museums. From the Lewis family.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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